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Education Director
Organization
Greening Youth Foundation
Bio
Ruth has long been an active and passionate participant in outdoor sports and activities. Through her varied and extensive work as an educator, Ruth has always stressed to her students an active appreciation of nature’s beauty and the need to be responsible participants in protecting God’s gift. Her work with students, fellow teaching professionals, and parents has afforded her the ability to successfully organize, implement, and assess learning programs unique to environmental concerns. Ruth has successfully completed Georgia’s Native Seasons, Native Waters, and Project Learning Tree workshops.

Ruth’s passion for community activism is reflected in her participation in a host of civic activities she’s helped to spearhead, including: leading community recycling efforts among her family and neighbors; coaching Little League baseball; volunteering as a Girl Scout leader; volunteering for United Friends to Feed the Homeless; working on the board of The Sport of Giving (Volleyfest); and teaching in a middle school church program. Ruth is also a five-time marathon runner.
Ruth received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Michigan State University and her Masters degree from Texas Women’s University. She holds certifications in elementary and special education, diagnostics, supervision, and Reading Recovery.
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At 4:02am on April 12, 2011, Suz Lipman said…
Hi Ruth! Warm welcome to C&NN Connect. I'm glad you found us and hope you make yourself at home in discussions and groups. Our Natural Teachers Network will probably interest you, among others. I'm so glad you joined the Let's G.O. group and contributed. I look forward to learning much more about what you're up to and hope you likewise find this forum a rich source of resources. Hope to see you here again soon. Cheers!
At 7:48pm on April 6, 2011, Avery Cleary said…

Hi Ruth, The Earth Day Fun Festival in Atlanta sounds great!

 

There is such a great response to Let’s G.O.! that we are wanting to create a flow of information to make it easy for people to find and read about events.

 

We are hoping to consolidate the discussions into these three main areas:

“How are you Planning to Play, Serve, Celebrate?”

“How did your Let’s G.O.! Get Outside event go?

“Let’s Go Get Media Attention”

 

So in the spirit, I am hoping you will be willing to help us out by doing the following  two things:

 

1) Register this event on the Let's G.O.! site at the link below– if you haven’t already.

 

http://org2.democracyinaction.org/o/7055/p/salsa/event/common/public/search.sjs?distributed_event_KEY=179

 

2) Add the information you posted about the festival as a reply to the discussion question “How are you planning to Play, Serve, Celebrate? “ and then remove it as an actual discussion.   Hope this makes sense.  I am not sure of the date of  your event because I could not open the flyer.

 

I know this is asking for more of your time so know it is really appreciated!  Please email me with any questions.  Thanks!  Avery

 
 
 

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